The Path Way 

Last week we were introduced to ‘farming,’ that is, sowing the truth about God from the parable of the Sower where the seed fell on four types of soil, that is four conditions of the heart.

Time to Plant

By the time you read this most if not all local farmers will have their fields planted. Whether planting corn or beans with an eight or twenty-four row planter the seeds are not wasted. They are perfectly spaced by depth and distance with technology that also provides analysis of soil and needed amenities, one is sure to yield a harvest this Fall.

Sixth Sunday of Easter 

Think About It
To the soldiers of the Continental Army: “Every officer and man
will endeavor so as to live and act as becomes a Christian soldier,
defending the dearest rights and liberties of his country.
-George Washington July 9, 1776

What is the Probability?

Easter was not that long ago so we can remember that there was prophecy surrounding many of the events leading up to Jesus’ arrest, trial, death, resurrection, and ascension. In fact, some scholars count a total of 332 distinct predictions in the Old Testament which were literally fulfilled in Christ.

Fifth Sunday of Easter

Think About It
Rev. John P. G. Muhlenberg reminded his parishioners at the close of the service: “If you do not become personally involved with
protecting your liberties, you will have no liberties left to protect.
January 21, 1776

Can I Believe It

I make one assumption when writing communiques and that is; the bible is the very word of God from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21. It does not contain God’s word, it is God’s word without error in all it says and teaches. However, many do not hold to this assumption and we must ask, is the bible reliable? If not, put it in a museum and leave it there or better yet in the trash.

Fourth Sunday of Easter 

Think About it with Humor

“When your children are teenagers, it’s important to have a dog so that someone in the house is happy to see you.” 

—Nora Ephron